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EcoCity Cotton Canvas Genuine Leather Cross Body Laptop Messenger Bags Business Shoulder Handbag Briefcases MB0035G3 (Grey)
- Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 3 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
- ASIN: B00GZ044A6
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 2, 2016
- Average Customer Review:
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Materials -- the canvas and leather combo is wonderful and feels like it will last a while. It still looks nice since I've had it and the amount of leather vs. canvas is a good balance.
Structure - this bag is a bit flimsy. It won't stand upright on its own. Magazines and other soft paper documents come out wrinkled unless something firm (like a larger book or folder) holds it up. Also, please note that there's no laptop padding (or any other kind of padding, for that matter), so you'll need to be careful when carrying a laptop or other electronics or fragile items. Also, the magnet straps over the flap tend to curl over time. (This might be true with most straps, but something to be aware of.)
Size - it's just right for every day use. I wouldn't recommend this for school if you're lugging several textbooks around. But it'll comfortably hold a laptop and a notebook with some small accessories, maybe even some snacks.
Ultimately this is a good bag, especially for the price. I've gotten compliments on it, and it's served me well. However I'm going to upgrade to something more sturdy. I've also decided that I don't like bags with the flap, but that's just personal preference.
Bottom line - it's a great bag, but make sure you do a good test run loading it up with EVERYTHING you would carry in it before making the decision whether to keep it or return it.
As for quality, the leather is the type thay can get scratched easily. The canvas isn't too thick. The "brass" squeeks and I can see the strap giving out with some heavy use, but there is a nice handle at the top if that does happen. The inner lining is thin and will probably tear. I would find another place for your ninja stars. The pen holders are a nice feature, but again, it seems with some time it will either tear or the stitching will give out. That being said-YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. So if anything does tear or fail, I still wouldn't (overly) complain (much).
Currently mine contains an ipad mini, 2 or 3 pens, glasses, and one of those amazon electronics cases. It can fit my 13 in Mac as well.
The great price may be tempting, but you ultimately get what you pay for. If I'd been able to find a similar-looking bag with higher-end construction, I would have been happy to pay $150–200 for it.
Hardware in it seems fine, I've used it for a three weeks and holding up so far. Honestly hold a cloth grocery bag with what you intend to carry in it, this is what it will look and feel like.
One thing to note is that if you are planning on putting a laptop in this, a 15 inch laptop is extremely tight. Smaller laptops may work better but you may find that they too take up a majority of the space inside the bag. There main reason why I am giving this 3 stars is that the zipper in the rear, which I admit that I open and close several times a day, is beginning to become warped and no longer opens and closes with the same reliability. However, I am pleased with the bag enough hat I will likely pay to have the zipper fixed/replaced.